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UKparliamentary debate on cerebral palsy today

Today there was a government debate on the education of children with cerebral palsy in Westmister Hall from 9.30am to 10.37am.

This was chaired by Mr Philip Hobone, and the discussion opened by the MP for Fareham, Mr Mark Hoban, who describes cerebral palsy and refers to his own support for the Rainbow Centre in his constituency. Other speakers included the MP for Selly Oak, Birmingham, and the Under Secretary for Education, Mr Edward Timpson.

For further information,  see the recorded contributions of these three politicians at

http://www.parliament.uk/business/publications/hansard/commons/todays-commons-debates/read/unknown/899/